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Summer is around the corner, and Knoxville is launching into Phase 2 of reopening. Slowly, but surely, things seem to heading back to normal. I pray that it continues to feel that way, and that the virus continues to wane throughout our nation and our world. ...
I've been having devotions for over 20 years. For the most part, these have been an exercise in faith and sowing. In other words, I don't have "eureka" moments very often, and the fruit of the time invested in the word and prayer isn't discernable immediately, or even over the course of a few months. However, as I look back over the years there is no question that God has slowly worked through those seemingly insignificant moments. ...
Cornerstone Church of Knoxville seeks to humbly submit ourselves to Scripture in all areas of life, including politics. We seek to be a Gospel-Centered community with diverse backgrounds, cultures, and thoughts, yet always united together by God's grace. We believe the Bible sufficiently informs us how to be involved in the political process. ...
In the constant mundaneness of life, it can be easy to forget the amazing truths of the Gospel. This week's devotional seeks to point us to be amazed by God's love for us. Take some time this week to read this devotional and meditate on the glory of God in all that he is. Let us never forget that "we can know him truly, but we can’t know Him fully." We hope you enjoy this article....
As we look towards re-opening Knox County, Bill encourages us to pursue faith, love, kindness, gentleness, and peace with one another in the midst of many opinions. ...Keep Reading
Our Children's Ministry lesson for this week is about Jacob and Esau and an opportunity to learn more about God's sovereign right to choose to lavish His mercy where He chooses. For older kids, our series on prayer focuses on how we should pray according to God's Word. We also link some helpful videos and even a worship night for kids this Thursday night. ...Keep Reading
What if I told you that you could be completely forgiven of all your sins? I mean really forgiven of all your sins? Well, that is the glory of the type of forgiveness we have in Christ Jesus. This type of forgiveness, this type of grace is transformative. It changes us. ...Keep Reading
In Psalm 18, David faced frightening enemies, committed to his destruction. He did many things to evade capture and to preserve the lives of those with him. He took action. However, to what or to whom does he attribute his deliverance? What brought about his rescue? Answer: God delivered David in response to prayer. David’s prayers got a lot done. Prayer was practical...Keep Reading
This week's lesson is all about trusting God. God is in control of every detail of our lives. He planned for Rebekah to be Isaac's wife even before the servant prayed. He planned for Rebekah to be in Jesus' family tree long before Jesus was born. He plans our lives, what will happen to us, and where we will live. For older kids, we are in part 2 of a 4-week series on ...Keep Reading
From Bill's man-cave, he encourages us with how important our unity is as the body of Christ. He encourages us to persevere and to look forward to that day we will be united and get to enjoy communion together....Keep Reading
What on earth is “stir crazy”? In children, it typically expresses itself in incessant requests to do things they have been told aren’t allowed, lovingly coated with whiny-ness, and topped off with a flood of tears. In adults, it’s the frantic pacing through the house, the mind clouded with fuzzy notions of what you should be doing. Kevin asks, "How do we distin...Keep Reading
In this week’s video, Bill introduces us to some ways Cheri and him have been spending their time at home. They encourage us that God can use this season to deepen our relationships with one another. ...Keep Reading
For younger kids, we are in the story of Abraham and Isaac, highlighting how Abraham’s faith in God moved him to obedience. What he was asked to do was incredibly difficult, but he believed in God’s goodness and power. For older kids, we are beginning a 4-week series on prayer walking through the New City Catechism....Keep Reading